On the International Women’s Day, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has a request for Prime Minister Narendra Modi: stop following abusive handles on Twitter.

Modi’s personal account has 28 million followers and he is following 1638 people. He is the most followed leader of a state in the world. But his handles, especially his personal account, has often been flagged for following abusive handles.


It’s not the first time the Opposition has trolled Modi for following abusive accounts. In a speech in the Rajya Sabha on February 2, Trinamool Congress MP Derek O’Brien had accused Modi of encouraging online hatred and harassment through his follow-backs.
“Twenty-six Twitter handles that give out rape threats, communal threats are followed by the Prime Minister of India,” O’Brien had claimed.
Today, O’Brien tweeted:

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